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Jan 17, 2013 12:00am PST
government would be the one calling our cell phones to say, "don't go," and it's only through the hands of god that these things happened. the world that we live in now, people don't believe these things. they tend to put it, but the work of the liberian women, god first, our nation to persevere second -- i think that's what gave us the success. but 100 percent, even from the beginning of the work, it was divinely inspired. tavis: since you mentioned the bible, there's a bible verse that comes to my mind right now that says that god has not given us a spirit of fear >> but of power, love, and of a sound mind. tavis: -- love and a sound mind. you know it well. i love that. i love a sister who knows her word. so not a spirit of fear, but of love, of power and of a sound mind, and yet i'm juxtaposing that scripture with the brutal dictatorship of charles taylor. how do you get beyond the fear of a dictator like taylor, on trial right now -- we'll come to that in a second -- on trial at the hague, outside, of course, of liberia, but how do you get beyond the fear to get to the love, the power
Jan 15, 2013 12:00am PST
must be cared for and the government have role in that, people respond. one of the things i started off this campaign believing was that if people knew who i was, if they knew i had helped reform the death penalty, they have provided health insurance for children who did not have it, if they had helped set up an earned income tax credit to people who really needed it, those kinds of messages are ones that would appeal across race, region, and class. >> most people with political ambitions spent years trying to gain name recognition and a seat at the table of national politics. state senator, was not just another political figure. for months to the day after his first appearance with us in 2004 he had delivered what many described as one of the most electrifying keynote speeches in american history at the democratic national convention that year in boston. tavis: it is fascinating to me, coming into the national consciousness as we were talking the other day, we were talking and it was fascinating to sit here in this hall and watch you come into the process of -- consciousness of eve
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